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Top Hikes in the Harrison River Valley

There’s nothing like the feeling of lacing up your hiking boots and heading into the wonder and solace of the wild. Whether you’re looking for a leisurely hike ideal for the whole family, or a steep, technical hike …

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Taco Rio

Delight your tastebuds with the fresh ingredients and delicious flavour combinations at Taco Rio. Owners Jacqueline and Kevin Wong are thrilled to offer a welcoming spot for people to gather and enjoy delectable Mexican fare together. Since opening …

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Upcoming Races at Agassiz Speedway

Experience the heart-pounding energy and excitement of a night at the races at the Agassiz Speedway! 🏁 -September 10-11 -September 18 -September 25 Main Gate 4:30 pm | Time Trials 5:15pm | Racing starts at 6:30pm The Agassiz …

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Harrison Lavender

Surround yourself with the heavenly scent and healthful benefits of lavender at Harrison Lavender! With a love of all things lavender, owners The Palovic Family planted several varieties of lavender and watched their dreams bloom into beautifully fragrant …

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Creekside Cheese & Creamery

The Treur Family has assembled their favourite cheese recipes and have crafted their cheeses with the highest attention to detail, taste, and quality. In addition to their artisan cheese, an innovative self-serve milk dispenser is ready and waiting …

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Welcoming Creekside Cheese & Creamery

As the Creekside dairy cows leisurely graze in a lush and tranquil pasture, a busy hive of activity has been taking place behind the scenes on the journey to opening day of Creekside Cheese and Creamery.  Husband and …

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Protect The Wild | Harrison River Valley

The Indigenous Peoples of this land have always recognized that the wild is sacred and should be treated with gentle care and reverence for the diverse ways in which it sustains and provides. For thousands of years, they …

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Plan for the Wild in the Harrison River Valley

There are many factors to consider when planning for an adventure in the wild. What are the goals of your trip? Do you need to book a camp spot in advance or are you heading into backcountry? How …

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Heal in the Wild | Harrison River Valley

For thousands of years, the Indigenous people of this land have recognized the profound healing power of nature. In fact, the hot mineral waters of Harrison Hot Springs were known and revered as “the healing place” by local …

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